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vitamins are essential nutrients needed by you body to grow, reproduce and maintain good health. they are found naturally in foods, added to foods, or in pill form
supplements should not substitute for a healthy ____. a multivitamin/mineral supplement with doses no higher than 100 percent of the ___ will likely cause no
the dietary reference intakes (dri) establish the daily intake of a vitamin that is _____. a. necessary to consume in a vitamin supplement b. suggested at a
8.7 understand appropriate uses of dietary supplements. take with or just after a meal increase absorption. all nutrient sources equal no more than upper level
review what each vitamins does for the body. learn with health: vitamins and minerals works with the body to build and maintain healthy bones and teeth.
the client states, 'i take a lot of vitamins every day to stay healthy.' based on knowledge and understanding of vitamin supplements, what is the nurse's best
most abundant mineral in the body: important for bone rigidy and strengh: the small vitamins that help protect healthy cells from the damage caused by the
the dietary reference intake (dri) for _____ is based on protein intake. a. vitamin b6 b. riboflavin. c. iron. d. biotin. e. boron. a. vitamin
helps the body break down protein and helps maintain the health of red blood cells, the nervous system and production of neurotransmitters, and parts of the
growth and development. health of eyes. structure and functioning of the cell of the skin and mucous membranes. antioxidant to protect cells from free radicals.
used in metabolism of carbs proteins and fats needed to synthesize fat and cholesterol keeps skin and digestive system healthy- protein rich foods like meat, fish
vitamins are essential nutrients needed by you body to grow, reproduce and maintain good health. they are found naturally in foods, added to foods, or in pill
they are not replacement for healthy eating the right foods. infants and young children may need certain vitamins and minerals added to their diet. mega doses
start studying nutrition test - vitamins and minerals. learn vocabulary, terms the 'health and beauty' vitamin; found in cooked egg whites. click again to see
vitamin b2. riboflavin , helps the skin stay healthy-antiboyd & rbc formation, energy mets, cell resp, epithelial tissue maint found in milk and cereal, whole
what is optimal intake? - promotes health and reduces risk for chronic disease while minimizing the risk of excess - dietary reference intake (dris) establish: -
- fat soluble vitamins are absorbed in the small intestine along with dietary fat, and carried into the lymphatic system by chylomicrons. -water soluble vitamins
this vitamin is necessary for energy metabolism, but also is important for healthy skin, functioning of the nervous system, and is involved with normal functioning
fat soluble, essential for growth and development, health of eyes, structure and function of the cells of the skin and mucous membranes, antioxidant to protect
what are the populations that use the most vitamins & minerals? women, children, hcps, elderly, wealthy, low bmi, healthy eaters (aka the people that don't
helps the body process carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. also helps maintain healthy nerve cells and red blood cells and is used in making genetic material.
1. retinol 2. fat-soluable 3. promotes vision and healthy teeth 4. deficiency can cause blindness. it can also increase your risk of fatal infections. symptoms
these are organic substances found in foods that are essential to good health and growth ? vitamins. what are vitamins also known as ? micronutrients.
mineral deficiency and excess? - both deficiencies and excesses can lead to health problems - most minerals are poorly absorbed in the intestines and therefore